Hotel Punta Maracayo
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... decided to try and catch a ride and ended up on deck! On closer inspection another very small one had landed up front so maybe they were playing chase. A quit day with lots of sleeping going on as I think night shifts are taking their toll. Sun goes down later tonight as we move West so Spaghetti Bolonaise before we sort sails for the night and settle into our routine - 2 hours on, 4 hours ...
... the rest of our time exploring the massive 6 level fort built with 15 feet thick walls dating back to 1539. They sure knew how to build things to last in the 16th Century! This was the era of the buildings we had just seen in Dominican Republic as well. It is wonderful to become absorbed in the history and to imagine living in that time. The interpretive panels were excellent at both forts and we even tagged along at the back of a guided tour for a ...
... like a days for zero miles...guess weŽll have to sign up for TrueBlue
-taking the bus into Old San Juan from the airport was the start to our adventure and it took forever but we are trying to save where we can
-first night I was so ill, must have been a mixture of jet lag, exhaustion and hunger, went to bed early after a short walk around and felt 100% the next morning...thank goodness I didnŽt die that night b/c I seriously felt like it was possible!
... one sentry box.
From there we continued west. We encountered on-and-off rain showers, but lucked out on timing and were able to get out and see everything we wanted without getting too wet. We stopped at a small bay and decided to walk out on a peninsula. On the way there was a sign warning us about the "intense waters." Boy was that sign right! As we went over the top of ...
... Frommers "Puerto Rico Day by Day" as one of the best neighborhoods in the Carribean and we certainly agree with their complimentary description of this extraordinary enclave of Spanish colonial architecture, pastel colored residences, popular restaurants, shops and neighborhood. Cobblestone streets below us and balconies elegantly decorated above us as well as the constant rhythm of street sounds surrounding us made our day in Old San Juan ...